TITLE

„Da wirst du ja auch bekloppt bei“

AUTHOR(S)
Judith Lebiger-Vogel; Yvette Barthel; Manfred E. Beutel; Gerd Rudolf; Reinhold Schwarz†; Rüdiger Zwerenz; Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber
PUB. DATE
September 2009
SOURCE
Forum der Psychoanalyse;Sep2009, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p283
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Zusammenfassung  Angesichts eines steigenden Bedarfes psychotherapeutischer Leistungen gewinnt das Interesse Studierender an einer psychotherapeutischen Tätigkeit an Bedeutung. Gleichzeitig haben die psychoanalytischen Ausbildungsinstitute und Fachverbände einen Rückgang an Ausbildungsteilnehmenden zu verzeichnen. Psychologie-, Medizin- sowie Pädagogik- und Sozialpädagogikstudierende (Letztere nur im kinder- und jugendtherapeutischen Bereich) können in Deutschland eine kassenärztlich anerkannte Psychotherapieausbildung absolvieren; hierbei stehen ihnen verhaltenstherapeutische und psychodynamisch orientierte Ausbildungsgänge offen. Studierende dieser Studiengänge (n=679) wurden in dieser multimethodischen Querschnittstudie zu ihrem Interesse an einer psychotherapeutischen Ausbildung allgemein und, wenn vorhanden, zur von ihnen präferierten Ausbildungsrichtung befragt. Unter den Psychologiestudierenden würde der größte Teil derjenigen mit Interesse an einer psychotherapeutischen Ausbildung eine verhaltenstherapeutische wählen. Bei den Medizin- so wie den Pädagogik- und Sozialpädagogikstudierenden wird eine psychotherapeutische Weiterbildung generell eher selten in Betracht gezogen. In den pädagogischen Studiengängen sind mehr potenziell Weiterzubildende an psychodynamischen/psychoanalytischen Verfahren interessiert. Mögliche Gründe für die Entscheidungen der Studierenden werden im Kontext der spezifischen gesetzlichen Regelungen zur psychotherapeutischen Versorgung in Deutschland im Rahmen des Gesetzes über die Berufe des Psychologischen Psychotherapeuten und des Kinder- und Jugendlichenpsychotherapeuten (Psychotherapeutengesetz, PsychThG) diskutiert.
ACCESSION #
44776860

 

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